Seven Sundays Muesli Bircher Unsweetened Description
If You Want a Heavily Processed Breakfast with Hardly Any Nutrients, Please Look Elsewhere.
No Added Oil, Refined Sugar or Preservatives
High in Fiber
We first has muesli while traveling in New Zealand. It was nothing like the cereals we were used to - no puffs, flakes, shreds or clusters - instead loaded with all natural ingredients that delivered a simple, yet richly textured and flavorful breakfast. With no suitable replacement back home, we decided to shake up the cereal aisle with our very own New Zealand-inspired mueslis.
Hannah & Brady
MUESLI IS NOT GRANOLA. SORRY GRANOLA.
They look similar, but they're not. Many granolas and cereals have oils, sugars and processed fillers. This muesli is made with only raw or slightly toasted ingredients and only pure sun-dried fruits. So you get a broad spectrum of super healthy, whole ingredients in just 1/2 cup.
IS THERE A MUESLI WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP?
There isn't! But it would be cool if there was one. And Seven Sundays might win it. Because they focus on crafting small, tasty batches, with pallet-pleasing spice and fruit combos.
How To Eat Muesli - Ready-To-Chew
Pour muesli into a bowl. Add milk, yogurt or fruit juice. Let sit a few minutes and serve.
Mix equal parts muesli and water.
Stovetop: bring to a boil and reduce heat, cooking for 3 minutes.
Microwave: cook for 3 minutes on high; stir halfway through.
Swiss Soaked Muesli
Cover 1/2 cup muesli with 3/4 cup milk, yogurt or fruit juice. Refrigerate 2 hours or overnight. Serve with fresh fruit and yogurt.
Refined sugar or preservatives, wheat.
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